1st XI - Richard Green took over the 1s on their return to the Premier League and an excellent season saw the side retain their Premier League status for the first time, eventualy finishing in 6th place. The first half of the season was the real standout part of the year, with results eventually tailing off in the last 6 weeks. Aussie Josh McClelland was the pick of the players with over 700 runs and 40 wickets for the season. Josh will hopefully be back in 2014.
2nd XI - The 2s chased the title dream right up to the final few overs of the season. A dour stalemate in the final game of the season against eventual champions Neston, saw the title dream elude them for another year. There were some excellent performances throughout the season, including Sam Guest with a league record 61 wickets.
3rd XI - The 3s had a fantastic season and exceeded all expectations, finishing second in the league, the teams highest position for almost 20 years. A young inexperienced team, led by Rob Slater for the first time, put in some great performances throughout the year. Some excellent performances from youngsters Ben Bodha, Sean Phillips and Stan Pennington bode well for the future.
Over 40's - The 40's finished 3rd in their group this year, failing to qualify for finals day again.